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Outdoor Issue 27 with Neil Roberts and Greg Gullickson

Nicole DesRosier
 April 21, 2022
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The Dakotan:

This is Outdoor Issues with Neil Roberts and North Dakota Game and Fish Outreach biologist Greg Gullickson.

Neil Roberts:

Gratis applications for deer hunting are now available online. And Greg, your department is offered an early application for landowners. This seemed to work well last year, right?

Greg Gullickson:

Yeah, it certainly has. And we open it up well before the deadline for June 8th when the regular deer applications are due. And just driving around the backroads, North Dakota, I've been noticing a lot of folks that are getting their seeders ready, getting the planners ready. And right now when you have a little bit of downtime is a good time to apply for that Deer Gratis.

Greg Gullickson:

So if you're interested in applying for a grant, a steer license, log onto the game Fish Department website jft and indeed dot gov. Again, the deadline is June eight, so still plenty of time out there and for the rest of us, the general deer and muzzle loader applications, they should come out in early May and that deadline will be June eight.

Greg Gullickson:

So if you're a US applicant and if you applied online, you will automatically have their land description forward to this year's application. So make sure and look at that quick and easy process. So for those landowners out there, the one a deer grant us application, now's the time to do it.

Neil Roberts:

Good stuff. Greg Hey, more on deer numbers. So when we come back.

The Dakotan:

You're listening to Outdoor Issues with Neil Roberts on the Dakotan Network.

Neil Roberts:

Talking Deer today on outdoor issues. And Greg, your department's been flying aerial surveys since the 1950s. What has your department learned?

Greg Gullickson:

Probably the big one is one of the things we're doing right now. It's currently going on in western North Dakota. And we've been flying aerial surveys on the same 24 Badlands units. And this is mainly for mule deer and this have been going on since the 1950s.

Neil Roberts:

All right. Good stuff, Greg. And that'll bring this report to a close. If you missed one, check us on the website outdoorissues.com. Until next time. I'm Neil Roberts.

The Dakotan:

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